When undertaking an attic or third floor renovation, consider using a crane for the heavy materials. For about $500 a day you can rent a small crane or lift. It can easily handle heavy materials like lumber and drywall, not to mention hot tubs. They can boom out about 42 feet, enough to get to the top floor of most homes.
Bigger is not always better! Too large a system costs more and operates inefficiently. Have a professional assess your needs and recommend the type and size of system you should purchase.
The first step in securing a loan is to complete a loan application. To do so, you'll need the following information: Pay stubs for the past 2-3 months; W-2 forms for the past 2 years; Information on long-term debts; Recent bank statements; Tax returns for the past 2 years; Proof of any other income; Address and description of the property you wish to buy; Sales contract. During the application process, the lender will order a report on your credit history and a professional appraisal of the property you want to purchase. The application process typically takes between 1-6 weeks.
If you have manuals for tools and equipment scattered throughout your shop, basement or garage, putting them all in one place will eliminate searches. You can commandeer a two-drawer file cabinet for your manual center, or else consider using an older suitcase. You should be able to find such suitcases in perfect shape for only a dollar or two at garage sales or swap meets, being sold by the owners because they are out of style. Even a smaller suitcase will hold dozens of manuals and can be stored either vertically or flat.